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Media and Publicity

On this page you can:

  • read interviews and watch videos featuring our authors
  • find information about review copies
  • read reviews of our books
  • view and print Advance Information (AI) sheets
  • view and print our seasonal and subject catalogues

Interviews / Video

International Journal of Welsh Writing in English

The first IJWWE Interview is with Dr Daniel Westover, who chats about his interest in R.S. Thomas and Geoffrey Hill.  

In the second of the series, Dr Aidan Byrne (Wolverhampton University) talks about his work on Richard Llewellyn's How Green Was My Valley.

This link will take you to the interview/s: http://ijwwe.wordpress.com/ijwwe-interviews/

Learned Society of Wales - R. S. Thomas

01.11.13  Dr. Rowan Williams, Prof. M. Wynn Thomas and the Archbishop of Wales, Barry Morgan, discussing R. S. Thomas's religious vision.

02.12.13  Lord Gowrie on ‘The Witness of R. S. Thomas’

Howard Williams

15.11.13 Howard Williams interview with 3:AM Magazine - Kant in Syria

Review copies

If you are the reviews editor or editor of a journal, you can request a review copy of our books. Just e-mail Jessicca.Gofton@press.wales.ac.uk with the name of your publication, a web address, the address of your reviewer, and the book you wish to review.


The South Wales Miners by Ben Curtis - NINNAU The North American Welsh Newspaper May-June 2015

Canadian Gothic by Cynthia Sugars - Literary Review of Canada June 2014

Travels in Revolutionary France and A Journey Across America. Eds. Mary-Ann Constantine, and Paul Frame - Nineteenth-Century French Studies Spring/Summer 2014

H-France May 2014 issue, four reviews: Footsteps of Liberty and Revolt. Essays on Wales and the French Revolution. M.A. Constantine, D. Johnston, eds. / Welsh Responses to the French Revolution. Press and Public Discourse, 1789-1802, M. Löffler / Welsh Poetry of the French Revolution 1789-1805. C. Charnell-White / English Language Poetry from Wales, 1789-1806, E. Edwards

Reading Medieval Anchoritism by Mari Hughes Edwards - Speculum May 2014

Environmental Law and Policy in Wales by Patrick Bishop and Mark Stallworthy - Journal of 
Environmental Law April 2014

Adapting Nineteenth-Century France by Kate Griffiths and Andrew Watts - French Studies April 2014

Canadian Gothic by Cynthia Sugars - National Post March 2014

Edward Thomas and World Literary Studies by Andrew Webb - Cambridge Quarterly March 2014

Welsh Responses to the French Revolution by Marion Loffler - H-France January 2014

R. S. Thomas: Serial Obsessive by M. Wynn Thomas - Church Times January 2014

Reading Medieval Anchoritism by Mari Hughes-Edwards - Modern Language Review January 2014

The Fantastic and European Gothic by Matthew Gibson - Choice Magazine January 2014

Carmarthen Castle by Neil Ludlow - The Castle Studies Group Journal No.28 2014-15

Advance Information sheets

To download PDFs of Advance Information sheets for each month, please click on the month and save the zip file to your computer: 

Nietzsche on Theognis of Megara - December 2015

A History of Money - November 2015

The Arthur of the North - November 2015

Understanding Celtic Religion - November 2015

Baroque Spain and the Writing of Visual and Material Culture - November 2015

Seeking God's Kingdom - November 2015

Petticoat Heroes - November 2015

Making Chaucer's Book of the Duchess - October 2015

Revolutionaries, Rebels and Robbers - October 2015

Brut y Tywysogion - September 2015

Kenneth O. Morgan: My Histories - September 2015

Richard Marsh - September 2015

People Places & Passions - June 2015

Cultivating the Heart - June 2015

Teresa Margolles - June 2015

The Arthur of the Iberians - June 2015

The War on Terror - June 2015


Download PDFs of our latest subject catalogues here:

New Titles Spring & Summer 2015

New Titles Autumn & Winter 2014

New Titles Spring & Summer 2014

Iberian and Latin American Studies 2014

New Titles Autumn & Winter 2013

New Titles Spring & Summer 2013

Gothic Studies 2013

Latest flyers and catalogues

If you’d rather have hard copies, please print them out or e-mail Jessicca.Gofton@press.wales.ac.uk to receive a printed copy. You can also sign up to our mailing list, and inform us of your areas of interest for future mailings.

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For more information or for publicity requests, please contact the marketing department by e-mail, or call us on +44 (0)2920 496899.

If you are a lecturer and would like to examine an inspection copy of a textbook, e-mail Jessicca.Gofton@press.wales.ac.uk with your request.

For more information or for publicity requests, please contact the marketing manager. You can find a full list of e-mail addresses on the contact us page, or call us on +44 (0)2920 496899.

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